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Sep 14, 2012 11:30pm PDT
brought back to the united states and welcomed home. >> reporter: romney said he had to delayed the start of his comments so he could watch the ceremony. he then pulled out a card to read the men's names and asked for a moment of silence. >> all of that rage has now spread to 20 countries all over the world. north africa, the middle east to pakistan and india. what we want to do is show you the situation specifically, there we go specifically in tenesia. so far two people have been killed. the american school there was also gutted by fire. and it was more of the same as we move on to the situation in egypt as well. riot police battling with hundreds of protesters just a few blocks from the american embassy in cairo. so far security forces have been able to keep them out of the embassy. one protester has been killed, dozens more have been injured. and coming up in about 12 minutes, we're going to look at how technology is now playing a major role in all of these protests. >>> firefighters revealed new information today about a fire that gutted part of a menlo park school yesterday. as ktvu
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Sep 18, 2012 11:30pm PDT
solidarity with what many republicans are now referring to the 47%. >> when you're president of the united states you are president of all the people. not just the president who voted for you. >> reporter: and president obama had a similar response during tonight's appearance with david letterman. the president said romney is writing off a big chunk of the country. >> my expectation is if you have to be president you have to work for everybody not just for some. >> mitt romney's comments were first made public by mother jones, the news organization based in san francisco. and the attention its received has been global. >> pretty phenomenal. we've had double the traffic of our previous biggest day ever. we've been picked up by news outlets all over the world. >> reporter: the magazine's website usually gets 250,000 page views per day. but yesterday it had 2 million. the editor of mother jones says they received the video a few weeks ago then spent time discussing what to do with it. she also said they assured the source of privacy. >>> a new report out today reveals startling statistics on
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